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A Lead adapter designed to mount inside the set, made by Melco Labs.


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Incorrect on item, location and manufacture. frown

That's "THREE STRIKES" , and you are welcome to waste more electrons... laugh


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Here's what I can tell from the picture:

1. Two "cables" in and two cables out (pair count unknown)
2. "1A2 SB2" is a sheer red herring. Thanks.
3. Box portion appears to be encased in epoxy. A relay, perhaps?
4. Blue jacket and heat shrink is a somewhat modern convention. That's where you throw me.
5. You're a cheap bastard because the grain in your table is fake.
6. You're old. There is a very grey hair just to the right of the thing I'm trying to guess at. LOL.
7. It could be an A/V-related suppression device.
8. It could be a Flux Capacitor.
9. It could be a magnetic-triggered switch.
10. It could be a battery.
11. It could be that you simply sawed a piece of billet aluminum into shown shape, covered it with black shoe polish and super-glued four CAT5e cables to it just to mess with us.
12. It's an aircraft part and totally unrelated to telco.
13. It is an obscure AC-to-DC "switching" power supply (don't ask how I came up with this possible answer)

14. You're fun and I want you to maintain this post!


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(the size is 3/4" x 1" x 1/2")

1. Your count is accurate: 2 in, 2 out.
2. I like herring but I have never tried Red. the label was just there.
3. Gives you that feeling doesn't it.
4. Is it Heat Shrink?
5. The grain is real, the table is cheap.
6. I have a white cat and her name is Minnie and I have a tan cat named Granger, but you probably can't see his hair in the picture.
7. Could be, but it ain't.
8. I have never worked on a DeLorean.
9. See answer 7
10. See answer 9
11. See answer 10
12. See answer 11
13. See answer 12
14. Troubles back in town.


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OMFG. You gave me the giggles at 7:30am this morning! My wife wants to know what's wrong with me (to which I responded with more giggles).

See you tonight. I'll give it another shot.

What's your first name, Professor? I'm Tim and I'm not privvy to such information.


Like your response. Reminds me of an old-school computer reference to the definition of "loop". The correct definition, of course, is "see loop".


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OMFG.
What's your first name, Professor? I'm Tim and I'm not privvy to such information.
OH Great and Powerful Tim...I will empower you with the Gift of Observation:

Watch Closely

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Now you will be able to 'see' my name.

Yes, I am that good.


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Polarity Guard? - I'm pretty sure that the wire are single conductor, giving one pair in and one pair out, my first guess was A-lead control.

Professor, If I see your name correctly in the post above, I'm pretty sure that it is hidden in plain sight on most of your other posts as well! :rofl:

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Sorry, it is not a Polarity Guard.

This device is not polarity sensitive. But one could deduce from the appearance of 4 wires in 2 sets, that there must be two "in's" and "two out's"; therefore, that particular someone would be correct in that observation.


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